SKIATOOK, Okla. -- Greg McNeil, general manager of the Super H supermarket here, said he expects competitors to occasionally check prices on items at his store. But he said Wal-Mart has gone too far. McNeil earlier this month said he seized an electronic bar code scanner from a Wal-Mart employee who was in the Super H scanning shelf bar codes. Saying the scans may include proprietary information such as inventory and the retailer's costs, Super H turned the device over to local police and ...

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